Five Saints Named to PAC Weekly Honor Roll

Five Saints Named to PAC Weekly Honor Roll

(CRESTVIEW HILLS, Ky.) – Thomas More College had five athletes honored by the PAC in its weekly honor roll this week. Athletes include, junior setter Jenna Fessler (Fort Mitchell, Ky./Beechwood), first-year outside hitter Carlee Lambert (Cincinnati, Ohio/McAuley), first-year forward Ashley Maples (Springboro, Ohio/Archbishop Alter), women's tennis sophomore Brooke Warden (Edgewood, Ky./Dixie Heights), nad first-year Hannah Lowman (Vine Grove, Ky./North Hardin).

Fessler received volleyball Player of the Week, helping her team continue its win streak to 13. She recorded a total of 18 kills, 101 assists, 28 digs, three blocks, and two service aces over three matches. The Saints defeated PAC rivals Bethany and Geneva on Sept. 30 and Chatham on Oct. 1. Thomas More is now 16-4 overall and 10-0 in the PAC.

First-year Lambert received volleyball Rookie of the Week, also contributing to the Saints' 13 in a row win streak last week. Lambert recorded 33 kills, nine digs, and four blocks over the three matches. She also averaged a .389 hitting percentage throughout the three matches. The Saints defeated all three opponents in three sets, shutting them out 3-0.

First-year Maples received women's soccer Rookie of the Week. She helped her team go 2-0 this week, defeating Kalamazoo and PAC opener Grove City. She had 9 shots and scored the game winning goal in overtime against Grove City, to move to team to 1-0 in the PAC. Women's soccer is now 6-3-1 overall.

Warden received women's tennis Player of the Week for helping her team improve to 7-2 overall and 3-1 in the PAC, going 3-0 this week. The Saints defeated Earlham (7-2), Waynesburg (9-0), and Washington & Jefferson (8-1). Warden shut her opponent out in both the Earlham and Waynesburg matches in both singles and doubles competition. Duo Warden and Lowman are now 7-1 on the season as partners in doubles competition.

First-year Lowman received women's tennis Rookie of the Week. She shut out her opponents in both the Earlham and W&J matches in both singles and doubles competition. She contributed to the team's win streak, extending it to fine in a row.

Volleyball is back in action on Oct. 6 at the Active Ankle Invitational in St. Louis. Women's soccer plays today against W&J at 2:00 PM at home and women's tennis plays next on Oct. 5 at Westminster at 3:30PM.